More than €1m sought for Bray site zoned for residential

Land near town centre has lapsed permission for 120 housing units on north side

The site on the Upper Dargle Road in Bray is 5.6 acres.

The site on the Upper Dargle Road in Bray is 5.6 acres.

 

Agent Knight Frank is guiding in excess of €1 million for a 5.6-acre residential site at Upper Dargle Road in Bray, Co Wicklow, which is for sale by private treaty.

Planning permission was previously granted for a development of 120 residential units on the northern side of the site. This has since lapsed, but the southern end of the site has since been upgraded by Wicklow County Council as part of the County Brook Flood Alleviation Scheme.

The land has spectacular coastal and mountain views and is located about 1.5km to the southwest of Bray town centre.

Knight Frank said site would undoubtedly appeal to a range of developers because of the popularity of Bray as a commuter town with rail, bus and motorway links.

The land is zoned for residential use and is bounded by similar land to the north, a number of detached one-off houses to the south, Upper Dargle Road to the east and a buffer to the M11 motorway to the west.

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